Code and Plan Updates
|ZONING CODE, COMPREHENSIVE PLAN*, AND SHORELINE MASTER PROGRAM AMENDMENTS
|ADOPTED REGULATIONS TO BE INCORPORATED INTO THE ZONING CODE, MUNICIPAL CODE, OR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
||PENDING CODE/PLAN AMENDMENT PROJECTS UNDER CONSIDERATION
2013 City Initiated Comprehensive Plan Amendments.
Effective December 23, 2013
Relating to the timing of payment of impact fees.
Effective October 12, 2013
Miscellaneous Municipal Code Amendments in connection with Zoning and Land Use updates.
Effective June 1, 2013
Relating to transportation and park impact fee exemptions for creation or construction of low-income housing.
Effective December 1, 2013
Amending KMC 5.74.070 regarding applicable fees for short plats.
Effective October 13, 2012
Miscellaneous Zoning Code Amendments.
Effective April 25, 2014
Interim Zoning Regulations, repealing and replacing O-4434 regarding retail sale of recreational marijuana, including locational restrictions.
Effective March 29, 2014
Interim Zoning Regulations relating to the retail sale of recreational marijuana
in the Market Street Corridor.
Effective February 4, 2014
Interim land use regulations for properties adjoining the Cross Kirkland Corridor.
Effective November 16, 2013
Miscellaneous Code Amendments & Interpretations
General code amendment projects and interpretation pages:
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Comprehensive Plan Update
The City is in the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan with completion by spring 2015. View general information on the update, the process and how to participate.
Multi-Family Parking amendments
Review potential code changes to multi-family parking requirements based on results of King County METRO's Right Size Parking project.
Transfer of Development Rights
The City is studying the creation of a Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) program within the Totem Lake Urban Center.
Private Amendment Requests (PAR)
The City is currently reviewing a citizen initiated request to change the Comprehensive Plan, land use maps, and Zoning Code to implement the proposed change.
* Many of the changes to the Comprehensive Plan refer back to the 2004 Draft and Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) conducted for the 10-year Comprehensive Plan update. The 2004 Draft and Final EIS are available for viewing here.